Book Reviews of Full-Time Father

Full-Time Father
Full-Time Father
Author: Susan Mallery
ISBN-13: 9780373470679
ISBN-10: 0373470673
Publication Date: 5/9/2006
Pages: 256
Rating:
  • Currently 3.7/5 Stars.
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3.7 stars, based on 38 ratings
Publisher: Harlequin
Book Type: Paperback
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One moment, computer consultant Parker Hamilton was quietly programming in his house along the rugged Pacific coast. And the next, his life was thrown into a tailspin. He discovered he was a father. What would he do? What would he say to his daughter? Did she know the truth-that he hadn't known about her? And why was he beautifl aunt, Erin Ridgeway, suddenly giving him the chance to be a full-time father?
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Nice easy read!
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One day Parker, a wealthy computer software genius, is settled in his rut, when the doorbell rings and with it, comes the news that he is a father of a 4 year old. Along for the ride, is the youngster's gorgeous aunt. A trite story line which is made into a surprisingly good novel.
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This book was orginally published in 1996 reissued in 2006. I think it has stood the test of time!
Computer programmer, somewhat reclusive, Parker Hamilton, has no idea how much his life is about to change when Erin Ridgeway comes to visit him. He is about to learn he has a four year old daughter as the result of one night with Erin's twin, Stacey.
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One Moment, computer consultant Parker Hamilton was quietly programming in his house along the Pacific Coast. And the next, his life was thrown into a tailspin. He discovered he was a father. WHat would he do? What would he say to his daughter? Did she know the truth--that he hadn't known about her? And why was her beautiful aunt,Erin Ridgeway, suddenly giving him the chance to be a full-time father.

This is a very easy read and an enjoyable book.
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Not one of her best and not one of her worse. The ending was rather rushed and the beginning dragged a little bit too long. There were a lot of repetitious thoughts throughout the books of both characters. Wished Mallery spent more time with Parker wooing Erin and less time on thoughts of why they shouldn't be together. Funny that they never visited one of the main reasons of why they shouldn't be together which was Parker was with Erin's sister. That's some major ick factor being with someone who has been with your sister.

Overall the book was okay. I definitely think some of Mallery's other books are much better.